abuttal

abuttal

[uh-buht-l]
noun
1.
abuttals.
a.
those parts of one piece of land that abut on adjacent lands; boundaries.
b.
Also, buttals. Law. the boundary lines of a piece of land in relation to adjacent lands.
2.
the act or state of abutting.

Origin:
1620–30; abut + -al2

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abutment or abuttal (əˈbʌtmənt)
 
n
1.  the state or process of abutting
2.  a.  something that abuts
 b.  the thing on which something abuts
 c.  the point of junction between them
3.  architect, civil engineering a construction that takes the thrust of an arch or vault or supports the end of a bridge
 
abuttal or abuttal
 
n

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